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Stream Gromo & Hush New Track, “RIP”

Following the release of “Roll,” Gromo and Hush team up once again to drop “RIP,” a catchy trap single ready for radio play. The release immediately intrigues listeners with reverse mallets, foreshadowing the melodious nature of the track. Alongside a heavy dose of bass and knocking chill-trap beat, Hush’s silky voice and clever lyricism provides further interest, vocally blocking all forms of negative energy. With nothing but good vibes and crisp production, Gromo and Hush are poised to make serious waves with “RIP.” Brae Gromek, better known as the songwriter/producer/DJ Gromo, is a New York City college student with a more »

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Ninja Tune Release by Nathan Fake & Announces 2017 Live Tour

NINJASHOP | ARTISTS | | RELEASES | EVENTS   Nathan Fake has announced his 2017 live tour – 22 dates spanning the UK, Europe, Australia and Japan from February through May. The tour incorporates 11 UK dates including the prestigious Institute of Contemporary Arts. The British producer recently released the excellent DEGREELESSNESS / Now We Know 12” (featuring NYC’s Prurient aka Vatican Shadow of Hospital Productions fame), a warm-up for his new album to be released on Ninja Tune in 2017.   03 Feb – Spectaculare, Prague 07 Feb – Arts Centre, Norwich 11 Feb – Days Like This Festival, Sydney 12 Feb – Pitch Music & Arts Festival, Melbourne 16 more »

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Dreamstate Has New York in a Trance

Over the weekend, Insomniac’s newest trance label sweeping the festival circuit off it’s feet returned to New York for an East coast feels extravaganza. Dreamstate, the premiere trance event being hosted by Insomniac Events, held their first party in NYC over the weekend to celebrate all things trance. With the first ever event selling out in just 4 hours, we knew Insomniac was going to do something big for the trance family of New York. Featuring a banging line up of Astrix, Coming Soon!!!, the legends Freedom Fighters as well as Infected Mushrooms and many more globally reknowned artists the more »

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Callie Reiff Exclusive Interview

We were fortunate enough to score an interview with a young DJ/producer who is making a lot of buzz at a really young age. She has already played shows at huge NY venues such as Webster Hall, Output, Slake, and Terminal 5. The New York City native has garnered support from big names like Annie Nightingale and Marcus Nasty for her DJ and production skills. This artist, of course, is Callie Reiff. She recently collaborated with another favorite, Dapp, on a new song titled, ‘Wobble.’ The high energy single was released last week on Fool’s Gold Records. After the single more »

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JayKode Remixes NYC in Signature Classical Bass Style

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Continuing with his Classical Bass style, JayKode delivers another bangin’ tune with his remix of The Chainsmokers NYC. A perfect mixture of future synths, stunning arrangements, and his signature classical bass style. I was able to chat him up a little about the release, his upcoming EP and some tips for all you producers out there. Check out the track and the interview below: This collaboration is huge considering the Chainsmokers success with this track. Did you hit them up to do a remix, or were you selected by them to do the remix? “The Chainsmokers actually hit me up a more »

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Kennedy Jones – Trap Haus @ Pacha, NYC (11/20)

As a salty single stream of sweat slips down the side of your face, your body trembles as your hair raises from the might bass that’s being thrown at you wave after wave. Your shoulders are moving in a different direction than your erratic legs as you feel your knees begin to buckle. Your brain is trying to piece together that orgasmic sounds of instruments and beats clashing into a perfect melody that’s continually penetrating your ears. You look around the room and see hundreds of people dancing with no worries as they let their arms fling in the air, more »

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Skrillex & Friends, Pier of Fear, NYC Recap

To say that Skrillex & Friends, Pier of Fear lived up to its expectations is an understatement. RPM Presents knows how to curate and throw an event. This was my first time at Pier 94 and even though attendance was at an extremely high volume there was more than enough room on the dance floor. Each artist brought something new to the table, the staff and security was courteous and I’ve never received a drink more quickly before. One of the extra add ons to the night was that Fight Clvb got added last minute to open up bringing us more »

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SKRILLEX & FRIENDS @ PIER OF FEAR, NYC

If you live anywhere near NYC immediately clear your schedule or any previous plans you had for Halloween because on October 31st we will be invading Pier 94 (RPM Presents). Let’s start with the headliner for the night who is none other than Skrillex. I happen to have seen him go b2b with JAUZ on Oct 16 at Webster Hall (Full Review) and he is back to old ways while in the midst of innovating his music with new techniques. Still throwing in deep house along with trap, but if you’ve missed the old dubstep Skrillex and want to relive more »

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JAUZ b2b Skrillex @ Webster Hall, NYC

You can always expect something magical to go down at Webster Hall. Whether that be an artist debuting a track for the first time or guest appearances, surprises are in store for everyone attending. I first got an indication from some of my friends status’ in the industry that there was going to be a guest appearance by someone very notable. While I was perusing Facebook I was also on Snapchat and in the midst of looking at people’s story’s I saw that Skrillex’s was in NYC. I came to the only logical conclusion that he was in fact that more »

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JAUZ @ Webster Hall, NYC.

If you are a listener of bass music the name JAUZ is one that you have been seeing all over this past year. From his original tracks to collaborations with Skrillex, Borgore and Fatman Scoop along with numerous remixes, this Californian native shows no signs of slowing down. With massive sets at Ultra and Hard Summer (just to name a few) he knows exactly how to work a dance floor. The crowd erupts like a volcano as he transitions into his next song selection multiple times throughout his sets, it is truly something to admire. Even though we do have a few more »

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